Talk:Enchytraeus albidus

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"water tight (but not air tight)" - how is that even possible? Huw Powell 03:10, 17 February 2011 (EST)

Your car is water tight, but not air tight it that water generally can't get in during the rain but air can. The sentence seems to imply keeping a relatively constant humidity --Brian 08:42, 17 February 2011 (EST)
That example is weak, since that is how cars are made (they aren't watertight, btw, just rain- and splash-proof). H2O is a smaller molecule than either O2 or N2, hence the statement as is is a physical impossibility. Can someone who knows what is actually meant please rewrite it? Huw Powell 22:10, 17 February 2011 (EST)

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